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FPS drops when EE and GS drops to 0% (Persona 4)
#1
The EE and GS drops to zero where it causes the lag, then it rises back up again... It always occurs whenever it loads for the next dialogue.
Though after the load- it goes smoothly-
And when I control the character and battle- it's also a little laggy...
AND it's SUPER laggy with anime cutscenes...

Is there any way I can do so it would ALWAYS run smoothly? -or at least a steady fps...

I'm using PCSX2 0.9.8 r4600. Configs are on default except the speedhack which I set the EE cyclerate to 2-
-I also need help on configuration-

Oh- And I'm using a laptop...
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#2
set to "High performance" in the power settings for the 1st symptoms.
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#3
(10-29-2011, 03:29 PM)tallbender Wrote: set to "High performance" in the power settings for the 1st symptoms.

Tried it. EE was higher but still fluctuates to 0 then back up again-
#4
Use the Super VU Recompiler. Try Clamp to none and Round Mode to nearest. Tongue2 It may/maynot help.
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#5
... Are you playing from the disc?
And did you read any config guides yet, my friend?
#6
Probably no....Tongue2
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#7
Are you running the game from the disc by any chance?
If so try making an ISO from the disc with ImgBurn and running the game from there with the internal iso loader ("CDVD > Iso selector > browse...." and select the sio you made with ImgBurn).
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#8
(10-29-2011, 05:28 PM)Rezard Wrote: ... Are you playing from the disc?
And did you read any config guides yet, my friend?

I actually tried many configurations posted on different forums regarding this matter. But none of them made any differences.

And I'm using an ISO downloaded from the internet-
I tried to mount it on Daemon but it was slower than just running it as an ISO...
#9
(10-29-2011, 07:07 PM)taintedmaiden13 Wrote: And I'm using an ISO downloaded from the internet-


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